This is the second in a four-part series asking, “Do you have it in you, to be an entrepreneur?” There are four key strengths that are must haves for an entrepreneur to be successful. Here, we’ll discuss guts.
Passion is, perhaps first and foremost, the most important trait for any entrepreneur. You have to truly believe that what you are going to do will add value for your customers.
There are a number of key aspects to achieving an executive role. There are two in particular that stand out from the rest.
The key to success is clear: Smooth, rapid, delivery of a product demands effective, clear, and complete communication between all involved parties. It is better to risk over-communicating than the alternative. And, only through frequent communication can teams hope to adapt to change (they need to know about it).
Maybe we should call these Software Anthropology meetings.
During interviews in preparation for next month’s It’s a Duesy II event, one common topic has been Flexibility.